Oil & Gas

The Industrial Revolution – How to Start Your Worker Safety Journey

Industry 4.0, with its digitalization and technology, is a journey, and navigating it effectively can give you an edge on the future of safety. Read this article and register for an upcoming webinar to learn more.

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Your Safety Culture: Real World or Fantasy?

If you could do anything, what steps would take to help increase your company’s safety? Read this article to learn a few common-sense ideas to help you enhance your company’s safety culture.

Gas Detection Then and Now: From the Canary to the Cloud

Advancements in technology are occurring at an incredible rate. Discover how portable gas detection has changed, from the canary to the cloud, and how the market has matured.

How to Pick the Right SCBA

Finding the right SCBA for the task at hand is always a priority. Learn more about assessing your workplace to determine which class of respirator you need.

Danger in a Flash: What You Can Do About Arc Flash

What is arc flash? Learn what it is, what causes it, and what you can do to help prevent the serious effects of an arc flash.

What If? Unexpected Events and Errors of Confined Spaces

Confined spaces present many dangers thanks to unexpected events and errors. Learn about the what ifs that come with working in confined spaces.

What’s the Difference Between a Bump Test and Calibration—and Why Should You Care?

If you work with direct-reading portable gas monitors, you’re likely familiar with the concepts of bump testing and calibration. But if you were given an on-the-spot pop quiz on the subject, could you tell the difference?

Confined Space Rescue: What You Need to Know

Readiness isn’t just being available to help at a moment’s notice. It also means preparedness—having a well-thought-out, well-practiced plan in place long before anyone enters a confined space.

Seven Ways to Wreck Your Respiratory Protection Program

Implementing and maintaining a sound respiratory protection program isn’t merely about doing the right things. It’s just as important to steer clear of these seven bad practices.